A comfortable-to-use pitcher that produces great-tasting and virtually contaminant-free water.
An all-in-one tea infuser that scoops and holds loose-leaf tea for easy steeping.
A bottle opener with personality. It’s durable, comfortable to use, and easy to find in a drawer.
A huge thermos that’s easy to carry and pour, and keeps liquids cold for 16 hours or hot for 12 hours.
Add hot liquid to reveal the Marauder’s Map from Harry Potter. When you’ve finished your drink, mischief managed!
An easy, beautifully-designed way to prepare small batches of cold brew coffee.
Handmade wooden coasters with a whimsically curved corner that makes them easier to grab and pick up.
A kit for making perfectly clear ice spheres overnight, for use in cocktails or any other drink you like.
A single-cup pour-over coffee brewer that looks like something straight out of the 1960s space age.
Drink coffee in style on the go.
It’s Monday, and we’ve got another giveway. This week, we have a Neat Ice Kit from the guys at Studio Neat. This kit allows you to make beautifully clear ice in your own kitchen. It involves an insulated, block-shaped ice mold that freezes water from the top down, pushing impurities to the bottom.
Extends the shelf life of wine so you don’t feel rushed to finish the bottle.
Coffee mug on one side, espresso mug on the other. Either way, a fun novelty gift for the coffee addict in your life.
As much as I would’ve liked to, I didn’t get to make it out to the Circles 2014 conference. But hey, if I drink coffee out of their enamel coffee mug while repeatedly watching the short film they shot for it, it’s almost like I was there…right? Guys?
I’m starting to think my fondness for gooseneck kettles is turning into full-blown addiction—and I’m okay with it. The Canadian-made Monarch Methods pour over kettle is among the more unique ones I’ve seen, with its copper construction and handle-less design. You grip it by the tanned harness leather insulator rather than an external handle, giving you better control over the pour. The…
We love a good kettle here at Tools & Toys—particularly the gooseneck variety—and this stainless steel Fino Pour Over Kettle fits the bill nicely. Nothing fancy about it really, just quality Japanese design and craftsmanship. I like that it’s so compact compared to other kettles. My only quibble is that it doesn’t whistle when the water’s boiling, but the lid does bobble…
In the middle of running a Kickstarter for their Simple Syrup Kit, the industrious guys at Studio Neat have redesigned their website and they’ve made their Neat Ice Kit available for public purchase. This kit allows you to make beautifully clear ice in your own kitchen. It involves an insulated, block-shaped ice mold that freezes water from the top down, pushing impurities…